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  • 360willys

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    Jan 14, 2019
    South Bend
    I will be updating my field notes then. Did not realize the Panther was walking our land. DNR is very tight lipped on that one.
    About 6 years ago in st Joe county going to my conversation club meeting I swear I seen a Panther. I had never seen anything like it before. It was about 7 o clock at night and i seen it walk across the road into a wood as i was driving to it. It wasn't running fast just walking. I didn't see it's head but it's front shoulders back and it was black as night and very muscler. It had a pretty good sized tail. I got to the club and there were all like did you stop and try to go see it better. I was like hell no i didn't have a big enough gun on me to go after something like that.

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    Oct 20, 2008
    Chupacabra all the way from Mexican lore now found in Indiana. Lots of Latinos / Latinas in that area. I think they imported them to your AO. Make sure you are packing a nasty 12 guage.
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